Miami Student Pleads Guilty To Obama Threat A 20-year-old college student who told investigators he was merely trying to get a reaction from President Barack ... these on Facebook and they are what they are. After looking at the law, he decided to accept responsiblity and he plead guilty," Ross ... 05/23/2012 - 1:23 pm | View Link
Miami College Student To Plead Guilty To Obama Threat MIAMI (AP) — A Miami college student plans to plead guilty in federal court to threatening President Barack Obama on Facebook. A plea hearing is set for Wednesday afternoon for 20-year-old Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr. His attorney says he intends to plead ... 05/22/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Joaquin Serrapio, Man Who Threatened to Kill Obama on Facebook, to Plead Guilty Joaquin Serrapio Jr., the 20-year-old Miami college student who threatened to kill President Barack Obama in messages posted on Facebook and Twitter, will now plead guilty in the case. Serrapio, a local bar band musician who also went by the name of Jay ... 05/17/2012 - 8:58 am | View Link
Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr, Miami-Dade College Student, To Plead Guilty To Obama Threat MIAMI — Court records show a Miami college student intends to plead guilty to making threatening posts against President Barack Obama on Facebook. A change of plea hearing is set Wednesday for 20-year-old Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr. He had previously ... 05/17/2012 - 7:23 am | View Link
Miami Student to Plead Guilty in Obama Threat: Report Court records show a Miami college student intends to plead guilty to making threatening posts against President Barack Obama on Facebook. A change of plea hearing is set for Wednesday for 20-year-old Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr. He had previously pleaded ... 05/17/2012 - 6:57 am | View Link
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Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will talk about tribal sovereignty, economic development and climate change at a tribal summit Thursday on Bainbridge Island.
The Interior Department says the summit is organized by Congressman Derek Kilmer and hosted by the Suquamish Tribe at its Community House in the town of Suquamish.
Representatives of nine tribes in the congressional district have been invited.
Four WNBA teams will take part in a preseason tournament in Orlando over Mother's Day weekend.
The Indiana Fever will play the Chicago Sky in the opener May 9, with the Minnesota Lynx and Phoenix Mercury set to meet in the second game of the doubleheader. The two winners and two losers will play each other two days later.
Along with the tournament, the teams will conduct a full slate of clinics, practices and autograph sessions in conjunction with an AAU girls basketball tournament that is taking place that weekend featuring over 1,500 players.
Montana's attorney general intends to defend the state's limit on the punitive damages that can be awarded to an individual by a judge or jury.
The company, Masters Group International Inc., is asking the Supreme Court to uphold Krueger's ruling that the state law setting the cap is unconstitutional.
Feds accounted for 2 weeks of exposure in W. Va. chemical spill safe level for drinking water
 a local health official argues the CDC needs to account for ongoing chemical exposure, even if it's minimal.
 Democratic U. S. Sen. Joe Manchin asked last week, CDC never revealed how long its safety mark assumed everyday contact with chemical-laden water.
In tests late last month, chemical traces well below the safe level were leaching off the water plant's filters and flowing to people's home taps.
CDC spokeswoman Bernadette Burden said there's no reason to believe anyone will have adverse health effects from trace chemicals in their taps, including at previous lab detection limits that were 100 times lower than the safe drinking mark.
The following three days, 134 people went to the emergency room and seven people were hospitalized with associated symptoms -- rashes, diarrhea, vomiting, skin and eye irritation, headaches and nausea.
City officials are backing a proposal to transform the former College Football Hall of Fame museum in downtown South Bend into a new culinary education center for Ivy Tech Community College.
Under the Culinary Center Coalition's plan, the museum would undergo a $6 million remodeling to include bakeries and kitchens, along with areas where students could test and practice methods of urban agriculture.
Moving to the Hall of Fame building would raise the profile of Ivy Tech's culinary program and enable enrollment to double to about 450 students, said Thomas Coley, the college's regional chancellor.